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Westfield to launch ‘Healthy Home’ pop-up

Westfield London is launching a biophilic-designed home pop-up with sustainable and wellbeing designer Oliver Heath. Called ‘Healthy Home’, the pop-up will be live from 19 to… View Article

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Westfield to launch ‘Healthy Home’ pop-up

Westfield London is launching a biophilic-designed home pop-up with sustainable and wellbeing designer Oliver Heath.

Called ‘Healthy Home’, the pop-up will be live from 19 to 22 May and will invite visitors to discover the benefits of biophilic design and how to transform their homes into mindful and restorative spaces.

The pop-up will include different room sets including a garden, dining room, living room, bedroom, work and exercise space. In addition, Heath will be meeting visitors and hosting a workshop session on 21 May.

Home and interior brands that will be showcased in the space include Habitat, Heals, Raft, Natuzzi, John Lewis and Bo Concept. 

The move is part of a wider ‘Design for Living’ home event at Westfield London, where the centre’s home and interior retailers will be highlighting the new season’s ranges whilst running a series of in-store activations.

Katie Wyle, general manager at Westfield London said: “We’re thrilled to work with Oliver Heath, who is leading the way in innovative home design. At Westfield, we always look to offer our visitors and local communities the latest and future-gazing insights and trend-led experiences to help inform their lifestyle purchases. With the wide-ranging selection of home and interior brands available at our Home Quarter, we hope visitors to the pop-up will be inspired to ‘shop the look’ and can create their own healthy home.”

The space will be situated by the atrium on the ground floor of the shopping centre with entry free of charge.

 

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